Poetry competition: The Flambard Poetry Prize

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12 August 2014
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imports_WRI_fp-logo-colour-79338_21146.jpg Poetry competition: The Flambard Poetry Prize
The prize is for the best group of five poems by a poet who has not published a single-author collection ...
The prize is for the best group of five poems by a poet who has not published a single-author collection
The new annual prize, which offers £1,000 to the winner and £250 to the runner-up, is in recognition of the achievements of Flambard Press, which ran between 1990 and 2012 and nurtured the talents of many emerging and established poets and writers.
There is an entry fee of £5 for a group of five poems. No single poem should be more than 40 lines. Poets entering the competition should not yet have published a single-author pamphlet or collection.
The closing date is 1 September.

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